Should you spend 10 hours reading the whole book? Did you already read it and forget the key ideas? Executive Reads to the rescue! In The Big Short, Micheal Lewis chronicles the looming housing market crash of 2008-2009 through the eyes of a select few who saw it coming and positioned themselves to make a substantial amount of money from the folly of bankers. Follow the unapologetic analyst Steve Eisman; the value investor-savant Michael Burry; the two "event-driven" investors with no hedge fund chops; and the sleazy Grep Lippmann, who did his best to spread the idea and make money off investors wanting in and out of subprime. Whether you seek to save time in understanding this fascinating book, want to see if you should read the full-length book, or want to refresh your memory of what it said, Executive Reads provides you with a clear and concise summary.